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7-28-2010 @ 9:02AM
That's pretty cool, but not new. Way back in the Jurassic era of computer gaming (early 90's) there was a space flight "sim" called Wing Commander. The pilot's lounge on the ship had a video game you could play (which was basically a flight sim itself as I recall).I love stuff like this in-game; wouldn't mind seeing more of it.
7-28-2010 @ 9:03AM
Was it ever said it was new? Thought not.
7-28-2010 @ 9:10AM
Wing Commander is Jurassic era!? But it had mouse support and VGA graphics, and don't forget that stirring MIDI soundtrack.
7-28-2010 @ 10:09AM
Ah, I remember WC from college... the first game I came across that needed a hard drive instead of disk swapping. I remember WCII where they actually had speech and to us that was amaziing.Good times.Now get me my walker and get off my lawn you damn kids!
7-28-2010 @ 11:41AM
@FiredCylinderNo one said it. I just chose to point it out. Sure am sorry I triggered your nerd rage though; please forgive me.@Amaxe-1Definitely one of the best games every and pretty revolutionary for the time. The story really dragged you in too, and the personalities of the wing men...Good times indeed!
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